This 3-part webinar series will highlight the comprehensive approach taken by The MetroHealth System to identify and address the health-related social needs of patients and the wider community.
Addressing the differential impact of environmental factors – including climate – on some individuals and communities is increasingly being recognized as a health equity issue.
With funding from the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, the Center for Community Investment (CCI) has been working with six leading health care systems to help them identify community priorities and use their assets — land, financial resources, relationships, expertise, etc. — to invest in pipelines of projects that advance those priorities.
Hospitals and health systems are forming partnerships to create a network of services that better address the social and legal needs of vulnerable populations.
Engaging in sustainable, effective and equitable partnerships is crucial in meeting community needs related to COVID-19 and its associated economic fallout, as well as for accelerating racial and s
This webinar will follow Parkview’s progress as they share risk for populations and the continuous growth of their population health care management programs. It also will describe the multiple approaches taken to identify high-risk populations and how to build a physician-led care management program to support the patient in personal self-care.
In this webinar, the Center for Community Investment will share the basics about capital investment and how hospitals and health systems can leverage their existing resources for greater impact on health in their communities.
These webinars outline the importance and impact of the 4Ms Framework, detail the benefits of joining the AHA Action Community, and highlight bright spots in the field integrating Age-Friendly care into their hospitals and health systems.
As part of the AHA's Hospital Community Cooperative (HCC), member teams are advancing health equity and providing quality care by integrating the collective community voice in the implementation of place-based initiatives.
This webinar highlights upstream approaches to screen and assess patients with trauma and ACES in acute-care and provider settings, along with prevention strategies to build resiliency within providers, patients and communities.